How to Pay For Your Tickets
Pay in Advance at The Northcourt
You can go to The Northcourt and pay in cash any evening up until 24 hours before the gig. There will always be someone able to help you at The Northcourt from 7pm onwards. Provide your name and your email address and we will email you out the ticket numbers.
We will never charge a booking fee for any cash transaction. the WHOLE of the ticket price goes to pay artists and technicians
Buy Tickets from Specialist Ticket Websites
We work with a variety of ticket selling website to allow you choice and security. These websites include Ents24, EventBrite, SeeTickets, Skiddle & WeGotTickets. Go to the site of your choice and search for the artist and/or venue. Please remember these sites are independent businesses and not associated with the venue or promoter in any way. Tickets purchased from external sites will always incur a "booking fee", how much this is varies and depends on the face value of the tickets and the commission charged by each company but around 10% is common.
The face value of the ticket will go to the artists and technicians.
Pay Securely On THIS site Using PayPal (you must allow pop up browser windows when asked)
Each gig has a PayPal ADD TO CART button at the foot of the listing. Clicking on the button opens a secure window ON THE PAYPAL SITE You can use your debit card or credit card or your PayPal account to pay for the tickets. You choose how many tickets you wish to buy in the cart once you have clicked on the ADD TO CART button
All door fees go to pay the artists and the technicians because PayPal charges us a fee for each transaction there is 70p added to the face value of each ticket sold via PayPal so that we can give the WHOLE ticket value to the artists and technicians.
Pay on The Night
You can pay in cash on the night of the gig. Please remember we only have a maximum capacity of 200 so we strongly advise buying your tickets in advance to avoid being turned away in the event of the gig being sold out.
All the value of the ticket goes to the artists and the technicians